Living near Sixth Avenue offers people access to a variety of Denver’s best restaurants. In my previous blog we highlighted five great restaurants between Santa Fe Drive and Washington Street (Baker neighborhood to south Capitol Hill). Let’s continue west and highlight a few more of the fantastic eateries along Sixth Avenue!
As a cantina and tequila bar that built great success in LoDo, Lime opened a second location at Sixth Avenue just a few years ago. Their big draw is their awesome happy hour ($1 tacos and $5 margaritas on Tuesdays).
This American bistro on the southeast edge of Cheesman Park is one of the best restaurants on Sixth Avenue (ranked among 5280 Magazine’s prestigious top 25 in 2012 and 2013). Table 6 has a warm and inviting atmosphere and an elegant-yet-playful menu. Their Parmesan Hazelnut Tatter Tots are a neighborhood favorite.
According to food critics, Fruition is helping move Denver’s restaurant industry forward. Whether it’s a weeknight meal for Cheesman Park neighbors or an anniversary night, their seasonal menu offers a simple yet special experience: Pan Roasted Lamb Loin, Rabbit Cassoulet, Diver Scallop Bouillabaisse and etc….
Another wonderful neighborhood wine bar, Satchel’s is known for its contemporary, eclectic tapas (beef empanadas, crab nachos and etc.). It’s intimate, neighborhood feel creates a fun and delicious night out.
Finishing up our tour of Sixth Avenue’s favorite restaurants is the Barolo Grill of Congress Park-Cherry Creek North. As an award-winning restaurant, it offers some of the best Italian dishes in Denver. Crafting Piemontese Northern and Tuscan cuisine you should order their chef’s five course tasting menu (which can include dishes like the Tortellini di formaggio di capra, Carne Mista and etc.).